In Home Care

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Home care (sometimes known as “non-medical home care” or “private duty care”) is care generally delivered in the client’s home. It is delivered according to the client’s need and wants, and does not require a physician’s order. Home care is a service for the person who needs medical support and/or assistance with their activities of daily living; it is most often appropriate when a person requires care, and does not want to leave the comfort of her/his own home, and family or friends cannot easily or effectively provide it on their own.

First Choice Senior Care provides care through certified caregivers, who are specially trained and meet the requirements for the state of Arkansas to provide care. Care can be long-term, short-term, live-in, or even occasional. A plan of care is developed for each patient by First Choice Senior Care.

In some cases, home care is provided outside the home, such as a hospital, assisted living facility or even a nursing home, where more specific and personal attention may be needed or desirable.

Help In the Comfort of Your Home

We strive to ensure a better quality of life for our clients and their families by providing dependable and affordable in-home assisted living and care. Personalized services are available seven days a week and can range from a few hours a day to 24/7 and live-in care. We provide you with highly qualified and trained caregivers who are ready to help you and your loved ones with a variety of daily activities, such as:


Frequently this is the most critical function for the caregiver, from chatting to playing board games to specially designed mental acuity and memory exercises. It entails being someone reliable, patient, supportive and caring, someone who can fill-in for the family or primary caregiver.

Meal Preparation

While the caregiver is not primarily a chef she/he will do some light meal preparation; ensuring proper nutrition can be very important to clients.

Light Housekeeping

While the caregiver is NOT a housekeeper she/he will do some light housekeeping and laundering.

Basic Errands

The caregiver can run simple errands such as grocery shopping or accompanying the client to the bank, drug store, or doctors’ appointments, etc.

Medication Reminders

Our caregiver can ensure the client takes her/his medication as prescribed.

Personal Care

The caregiver will help, as appropriate, with bathing, toileting and personal grooming.

Exercise Regimens

Ensuring a proper program of exercise can be a daily highlight for the client.